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i cover - allstate, chubb, hartford and travelers - the balance sheets on these guys are actually phenomenally, phenomenally strong. there is definitely some potential downside here, but i wouldn't really see anything probably more than a 5% pullback. if these stocks really are volatile, and get hit later today, then you know what i would do? i would be a buyer. i would watch for option volatility to be enormous. it might be a great time to buy stock, maybe sell some upside calls. > > good to have you on the show this morning. that's scott bauer of trading advantage. don't go anywhere. coming up next, which way will the market move? that's next in chart talk. traders are poised to get back on the job today. one of those traders is dan deming of stutland equities. good morning to you, dan. > > good morning angie. > > what's it been like being off for a couple of trading days here? > > it's kind of a very bizarre extended weekend. we haven't encountered this really going back to, i guess, 9/11, but prior to that it's been probably 20-some years for the market to be closed due to wea
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by allstate. click or call. >> thank you mr. president. >> brad i'm going to give you one more minute. >> earlier however on air force 1, right when our time was up, and the interview was supposed to end, the president asked to keep going. he ran through what's become his pitch. his list of principles in the current campaign ad that's airing. but then he also wanted to address how this all must look from the outside. >> it's funny. one of the things about being on the campaign trail, you're in air force one, you're in marine one, these big motorcades. michele jokes i've got everything but a caboose and a dog sled. none of that is the presidency. the presidency is all about whose going to fight for the american people every single day, even when you've got to make tough decisions that are unpopular because you have some compass about what this country can be. and -- and, you know, during the course of these four years, there are all kinds of mistakes that i've made every single day. but my compass has been true. and i've focused on what's going to be best for the american people. >> th
by allstate. click or call. >> not something i proposed. something that congress proposed. it will not happen. the budget we're talking about is not reducing our military spending. it's maintaining it. >> that was president obama in monday night's debate, claiming the impending defense sequester, some 55 bill in automatic cuts, coming to the military in january, will not happen. and blaming congress for coming up with the idea. part of a compromise last year to raise the debt ceiling. >> we're back with dan henninger and kim strassel, and matt also joins the panel, so, president denying paternity for the sequester, matt. why don't you apply a paternity test. >> two whoppers there and the first one it was the white house idea. >> how do we know that? >> a book heavily sourced in the white house says gene brought it forward last year. the republicans didn't understand and it it took a couple days for them to figure out what is was. across the board cut. >> republicans right there cat quick. >> the second whopper is the defense budget for 2013 cuts the budget in nominal terms for the first time
opportunity. if you look at some of the companies like allstate or travelers which have a lot of exposure as well, some good buying opportunities. even though the numbers are high here, potentially as high as the $20 billion range, there's enough capital to deal with this. i think it could be a buying opportunity. >> we're trying to anticipate the nature of the markets tomorrow when we open after two days being off. it's hard to assess that before it actually happens. do you think there might be a number of people who will want to raise cash and maybe want to sell in this market environment as they try and rebuild? is that going to be a trend for a while, do you think? >> well, certainly the insurance companies are going to have to raise cash because they're going to have to pay out. we'll see all sorts of markets that may have stocks for sale. it is month end as well. i think you have some portfolio rebalancing. some mutual funds have their fiscal year happening. i think the market will certainly get tested to see if they're ready for it because it's month end and the need for people to
stocks, allstate, progressive, chubb, and if you take a look, you can see allstate opened down, then rallied since, but the volumes very, very light, nothing abnormal, so if you look at all of them, most of this em -- not a lot of volume, not a lot of activity, and i will continue to drive on this theme, what i am hearing is people are sitting on their hands and don't expect a lot of movement until early next week. >> we want to bring in jim paulson, chief investment strategist, brian belski, chief strategist with bmo capital market guys. good to see you guys. jim something wrote how great does that opening bell sound? it was a good thing to have. >> i think so. ty end of the day i think this is more a human tragedy and t-term economic hit, because it wasn't a financial panic which closed the market, which a lot of closures have been panicky. but even though it was closed for four consecutive days, it was opening elsewhere. and every day we had pricing action going on somewhere. futures here, overseas market, that allowed us to keep track of where we were, so i think that took
in the northeast. allstate, travelers, chubs, aig, hartford, any number of those would have exposure to the northeast. >> what were the other? >> allstate, travelers, chubs, aig, hartford. >> gloria, we have to run, quick question and i know two years does not make a trend, given we have two storms in way we haven't had in many years does that change how insurance is going to be marketed for example up here? >> i don't think it's going to change how it will be marked. i think demand will pick up. there's nothing like seeing your neighbor's house float away or burn down or have some problems for to you want to go out and buy more coverage in the future, so i think you'll see increased demand. i think pricing will get an extra little boost. i don't know if it's enough to make this a hard market but rates have been moving up because of the losses from last year, but also because of very low investment yield. >> gloria vogel, thank you for joining us this morning. appreciate your perspective. >> thank you. >>> i think we have a shot of seaside heights, where if you remember yesterday, th
about. that's insurance for the modern world. esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. violation chairman of the faith and freedom coalition chapter in ohio. good morning to you, doctor. >> good morning, steve. what a great weekend for democracy in america. >> we are right on the cusp of the big general election which is tuesday. you say that you think. we're going to put up a graphic, doctor, that shows the impact of evangelicals in a couple of the swing states they account for 30% of the vote in ohio. 31% of vote in iowa. 26% of the vote in wisconsin. and you say, doctor, that they are energized to get out there and vote for mitt romney. why? >> there are a number of reasons why they are energized but particularly when the president endorses same sex marriage. when he endorsed or took away a lot of religious liberties with the affordable care act this group became very energized. if you back up to the 2004 election which was a major election regarding the marriage amendment. the way that was won in ohio was the rural voters outvoted the metropolitan area. 250,000 vote margin wa
pacific region. allstate earned $1.46 a share for the third quarter. 33 cents above estimates with revenue also beating consensus by a wide margin. the insurance company saw increased revenue from premiums as well as smaller catastrophe losses. and jda software reportedly on the verge of being acquired by new mountain. they'll pay $45 a share. a tooflgts $1.9 billion. the stock had jumped 12% yesterday on reports that the company might put itself up for sale. >> if you have comments, questions about anything you see here, squawk the at cnbc.com. still ahead, tech jobs in america, how many are really out there and are they being filled? that's coming up next. plus kate kelly will be checking the supply chain for gasoline getting in to the tri-state area. i'll have to ask her if i have to car pool back into the city after the show. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ >>> take a look at u.s. equity futures. s&p 500 would be off marginally. nasdaq would be up marginally after a r
're just four days away from electing a president and it's really anybody's game. in the tell allstate of ohio, we are there live and will talk to officials to find out who they think is winning. hour two, "fox & friends" friday starts right now. >> steve: good morning, everybody. live from studio e, we've got the great eric bowling from "the five" with us today. >> eric: love it. >> steve: brian taking another day off. meanwhile, president obama and mitt romney are making their final pitches to voters with four days to go until the election. mike emmanuel is live in hilliard, ohio. mike, why is the president spending so much time in ohio, he said with tongue in cheek? >> steve, good morning. three stops in ohio today. you're going to see president obama and key surrogates in the buckeye state basically from this point forward until election day. ohio and wisconsin are clearly part of president obama's midwestern firewall, if you will, trying to make sure that mitt romney does not have a path to get to 260 electoral votes. so expect to see the president here and two other stops later t
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